CHIC 141B United States History from a Chicano Perspective
Letter Grade or Pass/No Pass Option
Description: This is a survey course in American history that covers the period of transition of the southwest from its Spanish-Mexican roots to its American acquisition in 1848. The course traces 19th century developments, slavery in the former Mexican territories, Native Americans, immigration and repatriation and includes constitutional development and government in California. This is a survey course recommended for those students who intend to transfer to a four-year college or university. The complete six-unit sequence, Chicano Studies 141A and 141B, satisfies the graduation and degree requirements in American Institutions and California State Government.
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This course can help you earn the following degree(s) or certificate(s):
- Elementary Education Preparation - Associate in Arts
- Emphasis in Business Studies - Associate in Arts
- Emphasis in Social and Behavioral Sciences: History - Associate in Arts
- Emphasis in Social and Behavioral Sciences: Human Development - Associate in Arts
- Emphasis in Social and Behavioral Sciences: Social Sciences - Associate in Arts